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3 Day Extension For Earlybirds Until Fri 3 July

3 Day Extension For Earlybirds Until Fri 3 July

WE HAVE A HANDFUL OF THE LAST EARLYBIRD TICKETS LEFT AND HAVE EXTENDED OUR CUT OFF DATE FOR EARLYBIRDS UNTIL FRI 3 JULY.

If you want tickets get them here, for just $145 (includes booking fee and shipping).You need to be a member of the Splore community and on our database or join to ensure you have access to these tickets. These tickets are only available to purchase via this link and are limited and availalbe until 3 July 09 only or until allocated available earlybird tickets have sold out(we are close), whatever comes first. Tickets will then move up to next level of $170 + BF

We offer two ways of payment, either direct debit or credit card. If you choose to pay by credit card you will be taken through to the Paypal website where you will need to register to be able to purchase tickets (unless you already have a Paypal login). Direct debit via internet or ASB bank is the 2nd easy option. Once payment is received, ticket purchases are logged and recorded and tickets will be sent by courier at the end of this timeframe – by the 30 June 2009. To purchase tickets go to the following page http://www.splore.net/early_bird_2010_tickets.html

SPLORE 2010 REQUESTS

Thanks for all the awesome requests from our facebook Splore 2010 Requests page, such a brilliant array of beauties in the mix. We are currently processing and will get back to you hopefuly mid Aug with first announcements. Do keep in mind that we are a little festival in the bigger pool of larger more corporate festivals and therefore what we desire to have in the festival programme sometimes exceeds our budget limitations. But I am sure we can bring you a tasty array of entertaining delights that will suprise and excite and be a dynamite part of your Splore weekend.

Thank you for your continued support for Splore

Back with more news soon.

Amanda and John
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